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QHSE POLICY

AMBhertel recognises and accepts the legal and contractual obligations


required in the field of health and safety.

It is the continuing aim of the Board of Directors to promote and maintain


high standards of health and safety by providing safe places of work, safe
systems of work, proper maintenance to all plant and equipment, to
minimise personal injury to employees and others who may be affected by
the company’s activities.

The Board of Directors look upon health and safety of paramount


importance and place it on an equal importance as production and
profitability.

It is the duty of all managers to ensure that everything which is reasonable


and practicable is done to prevent personal injury in the process of
production and in the design, construction and operation of all plant,
machinery and equipment and to maintain a safe and healthy place of
work.

It is the duty of all employees to act in a safe and reasonable manner and
to do everything which is reasonably practicable to prevent injury to
themselves or other persons affected by their acts or omissions. The
Company safety performance will rely heavily on the co-operation of all
employees involved in production.

The Country Manager has overall responsibility for health and safety within
the Company. Due to the nature of the industry it is essential to delegate
some duties to the Health, Safety, Environment & Quality (HSEQ) Manager
and members of staff at Contract Offices, who shall be directly responsible
to the Country Manager for matters relating to health and safety.

The effectiveness of this policy will be monitored by the HSEQ Manager,


who will advise the Country Manager of any necessary changes which may
be required by Statute.

Any changes to the policy will be brought to the notice of all employees.

Lee Thompson Jonathon Daines


Country Manager QHSE Manager
AMBhertel AMBhertel
January 2009 January 2009